The Columbus Blue Jackets lost 3-1 on Sunday night against the host Boston Bruins. It was a pretty sleepy game for the first 39 minutes, so here’s a rundown of the good and bad from this game:
The first two periods were pretty evenly played at 5v5, with neither team getting too much extended zone time or action around the net. In the final minute of the second, the Blue Jackets drew first blood with yet another net-front goal from Boone Jenner. Mathieu Olivier had a really nice pass across the crease to set it up.